Two Latvian men in their thirties sustained possible facial fractures in the attack on Easter Sunday
Police in Tyrone are treating an assault that left two Latvian men seriously injured as a hate crime.
The men were attacked outside a bar in the town of Coalisland shortly before 9pm last night, Sunday 16th April.
The men - both in their 30s - sustained possible facial fractures as well as cuts and bruises in the attack.
“The victims of this assault are both Latvian nationals and we are treating the incident as a hate crime,” said PSNI inspector Neil Beck.
Anyone who was in the area at the time and saw what happened is asked to make contact with the PSNI.